Malicious Insiders stories
Rise in Drainer-as-a-Service attacks lead to high-profile breaches
The rise in Drainer-as-a-Service (DaaS) cyber crimes indicates growing threats to social media accounts and cryptocurrency safety, including high-profile breaches.
Proofpoint to acquire AI cybersecurity firm Tessian in strategic move
Cybersecurity giant Proofpoint is set to acquire AI firm Tessian, bolstering its defences against email-based threats.
Kaspersky uncovers 3-year old supply chain attack campaign
Kaspersky identifies new Linux-targeting malware campaign using infected Free Download Manager software, stealing sensitive information.
Secureworks identifies malicious Qakbot ransomware campaign
Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit researchers have long maintained active monitoring of the botnet and detected the disruption activity on August 25.
Cloudflare and IBM work to combat malicious bot traffic
Cloudflare has announced that IBM Cloud Internet Services, powered by Cloudflare, has expanded its offering to include Cloudflare Bot Management.
APJ commerce web attacks surpass 1.15 billion - report
Akamai finds that in APJ more than 1.15 billion web attacks were recorded in the commerce sector, across retail and hotel and travel verticals.
Check Point reveals top malware and vulnerabilities in April 2023
Researchers uncovered a substantial Qbot malspam campaign distributed through malicious PDF files attached to emails seen in multiple languages.
ESET shares key changes in world of advanced persistent threat activity
ESET releases APT Activity Report, revealing China-aligned threat actors targeting Europe and Iran-aligned group deploying new backdoor in Israel.
Noname and IBM team up to deliver advanced API security
Noname Security collaborates with IBM to enhance API security and protect customers from vulnerabilities and design flaws.
Zimperium reveals new Android threat 'the Schoolyard Bully'
Zimperium has revealed details of a newly discovered Android threat campaign that has been stealing Facebook credentials from unsuspecting users since 2018.
Kaspersky uncovers details about active cyber-espionage campaign
Nearly 10 years since experts unmasked an active cyber-espionage campaign, the state-sponsored group continues to show prolific updating of tactics.
Research: 61% of companies have suffered an insider attack in last 12 months
61% of firms hit by insider attacks as cyber threats soar, finds Bitglass.
Are Asian nations too relaxed about cybersecurity?
People from some Asian countries, particularly Japan, are less concerned about cybersecurity, according to a study from Carnegie Mellon University.
When innocent mistakes turn into costly problems
Study reveals how insiders' blunders cost firms dearly, with 99% facing such issues in the last two years.
Forcepoint launches new security tool to stop 'risky' behaviour in its tracks
Forcepoint is taking on the cybersecurity scene in Australia with the launch of its SureView Insider Threat tool to help organisations battle threats.
Ruthless cybercriminals are blackmailing & recruiting telecom 'insiders'
Telecoms firms increasingly targeted by cybercriminals, including via insiders and blackmail, says Kaspersky Labs.
Imperva adds 100 new customers
Performance of the Australia and New Zealand markets has contributed to record growth in Q1.